News and events

On this page you can keep up-to-date with the latest news from CISS and the projects we participate in, as well as the events we participate in or organize.

News

Kim Guldstrand Larsen in new radio series on future technologies

On Wednesday, 3rd May 2017, Kim Guldstrand Larsen participated in a 30 minute interview on Danish radio station DR P1. The programme was part of a new series in which Professor of Psychology Svend Brinkmann interview Danish researchers to investigate how technological and scientific advances will influence us as human beings and what the consequences of these advances will be.

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Jobopslag: Tekniske projektledere til virksomhedssamarbejde

CISS – Center for Indlejrede Software Systemer – på Aalborg Universitet søger to nye tekniske projektledere, der skal medvirke i og facilitere forskningssamarbejde, hvor centerets verdensførende kompetencer inden for indlejrede systemer bringes i anvendelse i danske og internationale virksomheder og produkter.

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CLINES project succesfully completed

The CLINES project – Cluster-based Innovation through Embedded Systems technology – was recently finished. On this page, you can find some of the resources presenting the results of the project, of which CISS was partner.

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CISS director receives the 2016 Grundfos Prize

Professor of Computer Science at Aalborg University Kim Guldstrand Larsen, director of CISS, will today be awarded the prestigious and important ‘Grundfos Prize’. The prize is one of the major Danish prizes, and it is awarded to Kim Guldstrand Larsen for his impressive efforts within and contribution to computer science, which include internationally renowned IT solutions applicable in industry.

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Improved floor heating provides inspiration for smart cities

A clever method for improved control of floor heating systems, ensuring that a house is always comfortable and the energy bill always payable, has become a favorite showcase for a major research center at Aalborg University, which develops IT for ”smart cities” and ”smart societies”.

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Highest Recognition for Danish Professor’s Quest for Better IT

New IT development needs to be more effective if technology is to keep pace with the need to manage the huge and increasingly complex systems important to society. With a rare Advanced Grant of 2.5 million euro from the European Research Council (ERC), Kim Guldstrand Larsen, Professor at Aalborg University’s Department of Computer Science, will now attack the problem in an entirely new way.

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